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click

noun
 
/klɪk/
A2 a short, sharp sound
カチッという音
the click of a switch
the action of pressing on part of a computer mouse
(コンピュータ)クリック
You can get the information with a single click.
Translations of “click”
in Arabic نَقْرة, طَقْطَقة…
in Korean 찰칵소리, 클릭…
in Malaysian klik…
in French déclic…
in Turkish tıkırtı, tık sesi, tık tık…
in Italian clic, scatto metallico…
in Chinese (Traditional) 聲音, 短而尖的聲音…
in Russian щелчок…
in Polish pstryk, trzask…
in Vietnamese tiếng lách cách…
in Spanish clic…
in Portuguese estalido, clique…
in Thai เกิดเสียงดังกริ๊ก…
in German das Klicken…
in Catalan esclafit, clic…
in Indonesian suara ceklik…
in Chinese (Simplified) 声音, 短而尖的声音…
(Definition of click noun from the Cambridge English-Japanese Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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